2XU Long Distance Tri Shorts (MT2124b) (2XUMT2124B)
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This 2XU Long Distance Tri Short boasts the compressive yet breathable properties of 2XU’s revolutionary ICE X fabric. Coupled with 2XU’s 70D KINETIC SPEED fabric with dimpled airflow technology and even greater compression for heightened power output and blood flow to remove lactic acid.
- ICE X
- 70D KINETIC SPEED
- ELITE LD CHAMOIS
- Y ELASTIC GRIP
- REAR POCKETS
Body CooIng Technology through the use of Xylitol and IR blocking, 2XU has engineered a fabric for endurance events like no other. Xylitol is embedded in the yarn of the fabric to draw heat from the body and IR blocking inhibits penetration of infrared rays to lower skin temperature by up to 5.4°F. The application of ICE X to polyester/elastane delivers heightened moisture management whilst high filament yarns and a higher gauge knit are utilized for a lighter, breathable fabric which also delivers compressive pressure.
70D KINETIC SPEED
Aero + Compression Technology, this impressive fabric utilizes Swiss air turbulent technology for improved aerodynamics and 2XU’s powerful 70D COMPRESSION fabric for greater endurance and power. With high filament imported nylon fibres, moisture management and abrasion resistance are maximized. Engineered with high quality LYCRA® fibre to enhance garment shape retention and fit. A revolutionary fabric unmatched in speed and compression performance
How should my 2XU Tri garments fit?
Your 2XU Triathlon garment should fit snugly and firmly without uncomfortably ‘cutting in’ to the body. If this is the case, you should review your size choice.
To achieve optimal hydrodynamics in the water and aerodynamics through the air, Suits, Tops and Shorts should be neat against the skin with no excess fabric.
For upper body garments, a free range of movement in the shoulders is essential, as is comfort in the underarms. For the lower body, silicone grip hems should ensure the garment stays in place, without causing discomfort.
Before training or racing, always ensure your zips are secure.